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The Implications of Missed or Misinterpreted Cases of Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma on Imaging: a Multi-Centered Population-Based Study

The Implications of Missed or Misinterpreted Cases of Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma on Imaging: a Multi-Centered Population-Based Study
Two hundred fifty-seven patients (mean age, 71.8 years) diagnosed with PDAC in 2014–2015 were identified from the Nova Scotia Cancer Registry. Demographics, stage, tumor location, and dates of initial presentation, diagnosis, and, if applicable, surgery and death were recorded.

US, CT, and MRI examinations during the diagnostic interval were independently graded by two radiologists using the RADPEER system; discordance was resolved in consensus. Read more . . . 


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